The comments made by Boris Johnson claiming the burka looked like ‘a letterbox’ caused nationwide controversy and debate, rocked the establishment but no one expected remainer Tory Ruth Davidson to weigh in and join the PC brigade by declaring wearing a burka was much the same as wearing a Christian cross around your neck.
Ruth Davidson is the Leader of the Conservative Party in Scotland, she claimed the burka should be compared to the Christian crucifix; “is the same argument but in a different faith”, she also bizarrely claimed they have the “same parameters“.
How could anyone in their right mind compare wearing a small cross around your neck to a full-face veil which covers up your face and body? A Tory with a social conscience? Or a fool trying to jump on a bandwagon? You decide.
The Conservative Party is genuinely in danger of disconnecting with the British public where at least 59% of them would support a ban on the burka in public places.
Boris has not even called for a ban on the burka, other European nations like Austria, France and Denmark have already made such bans, all Boris Johnson did was call the burka “oppressive, ridiculous“ and claimed wearers looked like postboxes and bank-robbers. Whilst you could consider these remarks distasteful and controversial they are not racist and we supposedly live a democracy where free speech still exists.
Theresa May and her cohort of remoaner’s have been demanding an apology out of Boris ever since, Bojo still continues to pave in to the Politically correct pressure of the Tory establishment.
Ruth Davidson’s silly, pathetic and unhelpful remarks are obviously an attempt to derail Boris’s chances of reaching No. 10 Downing Street. Ruth is just another “Liberal Conservative” riding the PC wave whilst ignoring how Brits generally view things.
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